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piece of the orioles magic. the excitement is building for charm city's best team at this moment. >> reporter: there was a constant line of people buying ticket as at the ticket window, not just for the series, for the rest of the home games this year. last night the players heard you, this city heard you, major league baseball heard you. now friday afternoon, the fans come calling, every ticket window was open at camden yards and a constant line of people walking up in the hopes of grabbing their piece of this orioles magic. >> i'm not surprised at the number of people buying tickets. i'm glad all the windows are open. i'm glad i could get a ticket
for tonight. >> reporter: season ticketholder, harold bolton had to fight through last minute fans for it. he says welcome aboard. >> true fans never left. the more the better. >> good to have company. >> absolutely, yes. yes. last night was electric. >> reporter: it has many fans confused. this after all on any given year would be purple friday, but the o's are in the throws of a playoff push and it's fueling a bit of an identity crisis. many are finding their way back to camden yards. it's september , the ravens play monday but right now, it is all about the orioles and after last night's spectacular win, the team can't print these
tickets fast enough. >> i got tickets for tonight and for sunday. >> you consider yourself a little bit lucky. >> a little bit lucky. i got quite a few tickets. i have the day off, everyone is making me get tickets for them. they don't want to wait until tonight and get sold out. >> reporter: which is the case for tomorrow night. and could be for the rest of the series. brian kuebler, abc2 news. conflicted friday. i love the sound of that one. tickets for the weekend are already hard to come by. imagine what they might cost in the post season. no imagination necessary at this point. the on line ticket site, stub hub, has posted tickets and posted pricing as far as the o's can go. tickets to home games in the al division series are going for between 139-169. al championship, 249-$299. tickets to the home games in
the world series for $799, gofers to 899 for the final -- jumps to $899 for the final home game if we get. there even though it's the friday before the first home game of the season, baltimore is a 2-team city, instead of a typical purple friday, stephanie rawlings blake declared today orange orange friday. for everything orioles, about how it feels to be a fan and the great pictures, showing orioles pride, head to abc2news.com/sports and click on the orioles tab. i want purple and orange. here is what is going on this afternoon. we were mild. look at temperatures across town. 88 in the city. most spots in to the 80s this afternoon. dew point in to the 70 mark. 96 feels like in the inner
harbor. it feels hot, not for september standards. maryland's most popular doppler, a spot shower and storm, north of baltimore county. towards the wests another strong storm moving north of washington county, it's about the complex of storms over ohio. you see severe thunderstorm watches and warnings this is a cold front that's going to be pushing in our direction. a day after his death, former ravens owner's son is speaking out for the first time. david and his brother john were by their father's side for his final moments at johns hopkins hospital. >>e had a moment with my father at the hospitals with four players, the head coach, the owner, that i think easily rivals my father receiving the super bowl trophy in 2000.
it was the most, one of the most special moments of my life that i will never forget. it is no surprise this organization is in the position to succeed because it is filled, filled, with wonderful, warm and kind people. >> art and his late wife, pat, were involved in the community, spending time and money on local charities, the organizations they workinged with included hopkins, kennedy creek. the model family and traichs are inviting fans to come the a silent tribute to art. his casket will be placed oh tp field along with the lombardi trophy he received after the super bowl victory. the service will be held tuesday morning at 11:00 a.m. at the baltimore hebrew
congregation on park heights. in lieu of flowers the family is asking contributions to be made to the seed school. honoring police officer tailor. members of his motorcycle club led the procession for the cathedral of mary r queen. tailor spent 17 years with the department, injured while on duty in february and died as a result of the injuries he received. supervisors say his career exemplifies the department's dedication and commitment to public service. >> he was on the front lines, worked in homicide ops, he worked in several patrol districts. just in terms of his experience he interacted with a lot of officers, towards the end of his career, he became a mentor and prior to his death he was getting moved up to the police academy where he was going to train future officers. >> tailor was buried in
annapolis and survived by his wife and two children, a 7-year- old son and a 5-year-old daughter. this is the first loss in the line of duty for the city police department. update you will only see on abc 2, the parents of a student killed in a drunken hit and run accident say the driver who hit the boy has take an plea deal. he was charged in the accident that killed 2 22-year-old which which he chez wick. matthew's dad said the suspect cried throughout the hearing. >> i'm hoping the tears for taking matthew's life, it had so much promise. >> fair to promise.
maryland state trooper is still recovering from a run in with a tractor trailer back in june. it started with a routine traffic stop on i-10 west in western maryland. roosevelt leftwich is here with the story and the incredible video. >> the state trooper probably never thought he would wind up in a truck sway and something like that would happen to him. this was taken from the dashboard cam. he is speaking to the driver of an suv and seconds later that happened on the right shoulder. the tractor trailer was driving too close to the shoulder and slammed in to the cruiser and right in to the trooper. heard the rumble strip, but just before the vehicle came across, or came towards me. >> some how the trooper managed to get to the guardrail and radio for help. right now, he has an injured
shoulder, back and legs and has a hard time getting his balance. he is sharing his story of the move over law that could have prevented the accident there. it requires drivers to drop the speed to 10 miles under the speed limit and pull over in to the left side when they see an emergency vehicle. roosevelt leftwich, abc2 news. one phone call and a flight from philly gets diverted. you hear about the importance of getting a mammogram, younger women may want to consider at type of screening. what a study says about the link between mammograms and cairns the president's night in the spotlight. why his campaign is shifting gears today.
a hoax, that left dozens of people upset and wasted a ton of police reresource, one phone call diverts a flight. two wound up under arrest. >> reporter: it was a bomb scare that forced this u.s. airways plane heading from philadelphia to dallas fort worth, to turn around thursday morning. forcing the fbi to intervene. all because of a former girlfriend seeking revenge, after compromising photos of her were posted on facebook. >> five games came on the plane. he did an abrupt 90-degree turn. >> the 29 year old, chris shell, was the victim of a cruel joke. >> all indications are, this was a hoax and a nasty trick was played on a passenger. >> reporter: his ex- girlfriend's allege aid couch ed
accomplice, her new boyfriend. accusing shell of carrying liquid explosives on board a flight. shell's former girlfriend and smith, have been the focus of an fbi investigation and it's likely they are looking for third party, but authorities may have reason to be suspicious of shell who posted earlier that morning he felt bless a neighbor worked security and walked him through calling it a breeze and making the situation even worse, shell had outstanding warrants for dug possession and arrested again when he landed in dallas. . as for the man who phoned in the fake terror threat he faces a possible prison sentence of ten years and 250,000 dollars fine. the jury that sent out a guilty
verdict for drew peterson talked about their decision. hearsay was critical in their desis. a jury convicted the former police officer of murdering his third wife, kathleen savio. outside the courthouse, the family showed emotion. finally, somebody heard kathleen's crys, 12 people did the right thing, thank god. >> i will never have my sister again. i have to see her at the cemetery. >> kathleen was found dead in her bathtub in the thousand 4- gs her death was initially ruled an accident but the case was later re-opened in 2007, that happened after peterson's forty wife went missing, he was never charged in her disappearance. peterson faces 60 years in prison and scheduled to be sentenced in november. his attorneys plan to appeal. we are rocking it today.
>> we got o's, ravens, covering all the bases. >> this would be the best weekend ever if it wasn't going to rain on saturday. >> ticketholders are not happy. >> super sunday. >> we will see if that happens. there is going to be big storm around here saturday afternoon, saturday evening. unfortunately in time for game time. let talk about a beautiful day, ellicott city, a nice day. temperatures mild, as of this time of the year, we should be in to the 80s. ellicott, in to the 80s, close to 90 degrees, a mixture of sunshine and clouds for the afternoon. here is the shot downtowns a beautiful evening setting up, warm, still muggy, the airport temperature 86 at 5:00, 61% humidity. the dew point at 71 making it feel a little bit uncomfortable across much of the area. maryland's most powerful doppler, one cell over northern baltimore, harford, on the pennsylvania side, we have another storm trying to drift
southeast over southern and central pennsylvania, maybe clipping northern frederick during the course of the evening. isolated shower and storm, possible. but the real headline is the storm system, poet potent. parts of the midwest, this front is going to interact with humidity as we go in to the day tomorrow. 86 in town. 93 degrees out in frederick. a lot of humidity in play, making the heat indices running between 92. feels like 100 frederick. it's a warm evening going in to tonight. let's plan out the next 16, 20 hours, 81 degrees around the 8:00 hour. back on for abc 2 news at 11:00. 74 degrees. up to 85 and 2:00 with the storms moving in across the area. spotty showers on top of us now. let's go towards the west, notice this line of storms developing, the cold front that comes in to play as we go in to
tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow over western maryland, central and baltimore k by tomorrow afternoon. again the storm prediction center, we are thinking in agreement with them we could see nasty storms across the area. rare moderate risk placed over northeast maryland, high winds, hail, lightning and the possibility of isolated tornados. starting tomorrow, 70. in to the 80s. notice the line of showers and storms pushing over western maryland. around 6:00 in the city hims around 8:00, 9:00, in time for the orioles game. 70s with low humidity. it's going to feel good by sunday. 66 for tonight. partly cloudy. muggy night. for tomorrow, 2-degree guarantee of 86. sunshine and strong to severe storms developing from west to east. 76 on sunday with clearing conditions, a beautiful day on monday. 78 degrees, much cooler by tuesday, 77.
back in to low 80s where we should be this time of the year by the middle of next week. lows in to the 50s. well, remember those dragon boats paddling it out on the inner harbor. a crew of 22 to a boat in sync for a good cause. they raise money for catholic charities. kelly swoope explains, it's dozens of programs. >> reporter: these boaters were on a mission. no time for a quiet relaxing sail or ride on the water taxi, they were hitting the water. they have been getting ready since july, but two days from now the catholic charities dragon boat races 2012 will paddle through the harbor at
lightning speed. >> if you hear me say we have alignment, i would get ready. >> we have won twice back in 2000, 2002. we are looking to get back in the winner's circle this year. >> reporter: the team is a platinum sponsor, dave supported charities since the first race in 1998. >> we can't say in to catholic charities. it's a blast. each corporate sponsor partners with own telephone charity's clients, harkins supports villa maria schools. >> it's our corporate supporter with the program and provides direct financial benefit for the agency and programs and allows our partners to understand the needs of our client. >> it is the ultimate team work event. every pad sl supposed to hit
the -- pad sl supposed to hit the water at the exact same time. >> reporter: this group, the staffing company sponsord with the temporary and housing center. >> it feels good to help them and everything we make, go to the charity. it's great to give back to the community. >> reporter: they bring the final practice to a close, prepared come saturday. the races hit the water tomorrow morning at 8:00 until 6:00 p.m. and racing in tipper harbor from the world trade center to the science center, 370-meters, they draw crowds of up to 10,000 that event free and open to the public. doctors will tell you women of a certain age need a mammogram to detect breast cancer. could they increase the risk
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ray form of autism which could be treated with a dietary supplement. la times reports the form comes from a gene controlling the break down of proteins called branch chain amino acids, they come from food or nutritional supplements. it's rare, and likely accounts for few cases in the u.s. it's the start of a football weekend. hard hits can leave a lasting impact on the player. doctors say parents, coaches and trainers should be cobs cautious about sending kid back out on the field after getting hit. [technical difficulties] >> after the game, headaches
and balance issues are signing someone suffered a concussion. researchers are working to develop better on eld balance tests. a blood test could tell if a athlete suffered a concussion. he went on a crime spree that lasted two years robbing armored cars. a plea deal for the man accused of holding up trucks in our area. ask my kids, moms are embarrassing, but this one might take the kid. . a wild weekend in vegas, but prince harry is back in the press as he heads in to active combat in afghanistan. but it makes millions off west marylanders every year.
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